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Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (2011)

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Treasure hunter Nathan Drake embarks on a quest in search of the Atlantis of the Sands while battling an ancient, sinister organization.

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Nathan Drake (voice)
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Victor Sullivan (voice)
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Elena Fisher (voice)
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Chloe Frazer (voice)
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Katherine Marlowe (voice)
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Talbot / Atoq Navarro (voice)
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Rameses / Yemeni Citizens / Bedouin Riders (voice)
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Young Nathan Drake (voice) (as Billy Unger)
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Salim / Marlowe's Agents (voice)
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Harry Flynn (voice)
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Eddy Raja (voice)
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Lt. Draza / Hired Thugs / Brute / Daniel Pinkerton / Serbian Soldier (voice)
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Hired Thugs / Marlowe's Agents / Multiplayer Characters / Roberto Guerro (voice)
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Fortune hunter Nathan Drake is catapulted headlong into an adventure that takes him on a daring trek into the heart of the Arabian Desert in a search for the fabled "Atlantis of the Sands." This journey pits him and his mentor Victor Sullivan against the occult treachery of a shadowy clandestine organization and its ruthless leader. When the terrible secrets of this lost city are unearthed, Drake's quest descends into a desperate bid for survival that strains the limits of his endurance and forces him to confront his deepest fears. Written by Sony Computer Entertainment

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1 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Uncharted 3: L'inganno di Drake  »

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At the time, Uncharted: Drake's Deception was the second video game to use the Playstation Network Pass, the first being Resistance 3. See more »

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Victor Sullivan: [after all three open a cover to a well] Well, well, well.
Elena Fisher: What?
Nathan Drake: Cause it's a well?
[Elena shakes her head]
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Edited into Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (2015) See more »

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Instant CLASSIC. What else can I say?
8 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

I had high expectations for Uncharted 3. They were exceeded and smashed. Naughty Dog did what many, many people thought impossible and made a sequel that was even better than its predecessor.

The game feels so much more whole as an experience, it feels complete. It answers questions, and asks a few new ones as well. From start to finish, it's a tight, enriching and wholly engrossing experience; not just a game.

I won't reveal any spoilers. But I'll just say that a few new features go a long way in enhancing the Uncharted experience. Different takes on the way the story is told and set up is also another plus.

As a game, it may seem like more of a playable movie. BUT, it's so much more - it remains a GAME. It pulls you in until you can't put the controller down.

Once you've finished, there's a hint of sadness - you'll find yourself wishing you'd never finished it, just so you could discover and experience it all again.

Easily Game of the Year. I can't fault this.


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